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Tuesday, 21 January 2020

Arvind Kejriwal filled nomination from New Delhi seat after waiting for 6 hours

Arvind Kejriwal filled nomination from New Delhi seat after waiting for 6 hours
New Delhi: Chief Minister of Delhi and Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) national convenor Arvind Kejriwal had to wait a long time of six hours to fill the nomination for the Delhi Assembly Election 2020.  Earlier, there was a politics in the ruling and opposition parties regarding his nomination.  Actually, Kejriwal had tweeted and said that he is waiting for filing his nomination.  He tweeted, "Waiting for filing the form, my token number is 45.

 Accusing the BJP, Deputy CM Manish Sisodia said that Arvind Kejriwal is not being allowed to enroll under the conspiracy.  He tweeted that BJP people, as much as they do conspiracy!  Neither will Arvind Kejriwal be prevented from filing nomination nor will he become the Chief Minister of Delhi for the third time… your conspiracies will not succeed.  Today, BJP has put 45 candidates in line to fill pamphlets before Kejriwal.  The Election Commission is deliberately giving half or an hour to every candidate, whose paper is not complete, even to those whose proposal is not there, so that Arvind Kejriwal can be prevented from filling the form.

 At the same time, AAP leader Saurabh Bhardwaj said that about 35 candidates are sitting here whose nomination papers are also not filled correctly.  They do not even have the names of 10 proposers.  He says that he will not allow Arvind Kejriwal to file his nomination until his papers are completed and filled.  BJP is behind these people .. On this, BJP leader Kapil Mishra attacked Saurabh Bhardwaj and asked if he is Election Commission?
Kejriwal has arrived to enroll with the family.  On the New Delhi Assembly seat, BJP has fielded Sunil Yadav and Congress has nominated Romesh Sabbarwal.  There is a discussion in the political corridor that BJP and Congress have not made any strong leader candidate against CM Kejriwal.

 Kejriwal would like to win this seat for the third time.  He had earlier won by winning 53.46 percent in 2013 and 64.34 percent in 2015.  Delhi Assembly elections will be held on February 8 and counting of votes will take place on February 11.

 Kejriwal was to file his nomination on Monday.  However, he postponed his nomination after the delay in reaching the office of the Deputy District Magistrate due to the delay in the roadshow.  Before the nomination, Kejriwal had done a road show and he could not reach the Returning Officer at Jamnagar House till 3 pm.

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